Another Lunar New Year has come and this year we honor the year of the Tiger. What should we expect this year?
The tiger embodies courage and bravery, so the new year could symbolize resilience and strength — even in times of struggle, scholar Jonathan H.X. Lee said. … The holiday, which is observed by primarily East Asian countries and Vietnam, in addition to their diasporas, ushers in the Year of the Tiger. The animal, one of a dozen in the Chinese zodiac, is considered a positive sign, often associated with the defeat of evil.
Collectively we have been living in the shadows of a great evil, the pandemic,” Lee said. “And I think 2022, the Year of the Tiger, will be a year when there will be movement towards driving out that evil.
To celebrate the coming year there are many places that have activities going on. Traditionally, a dragon parade and carnival procession take place in the city as well. The main venue for the celebration is Fremont Street. Restaurants abound with various Chinese dishes. People wish each other wealth, health, and good luck.
Another excellent thing to do during Chinese New Year festivities is visiting Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens, which hosts a vibrant seasonal display from mid-January through early March.
Downtown Summerlin has had a parade on February 1, The property celebrates the Year of the Tiger from Feb. 1-15 with festive décor throughout its common areas. Highlights include picture-prefect oversized 2022 letters in the Macy’s Promenade, a larger-than-life Chinese dragon partially submerged in the water feature at the Dining Arroyo, and a photo wall filled with festive décor located in the hallway near H&M.
Downtown Summerlin also will host a red envelope giveaway through the Summerlin app from Feb. 1-15. Guests have an opportunity to receive a complimentary red envelope filled with chocolate coins and surprise gift cards while supplies last. Redemptions take place at Concierge, located in the Breezeway of the ONE Summerlin office building.
Resort Las Vegas for 11th Annual Chinese New Year in the Desert™ taking place at the Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas on Thursday, Feb 3: 12pm – 1pm.
Saturday, February 5 at the Fashion Show Mall on the Strip, you will find a captivating Lunar New Year exhibition, with immersive décor throughout the center and a parade at 2:00 pm.
There are many other events going on in a lot of the hotels with beautiful displays that honor the Lunar New Year. Feel free to walk around and take in the festivities!
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